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FREE CLASSIFIEDS. LOOK FOR THE FORM IN OUR PAPER.... CLASSIFIED TESTIMONIAL I love The Valley Trader!!! I have been able to sell so many things through this little paper!! People call me from all over. Last week I received a call from Hawaii about one of my ads. LT Antiques - 2 Antique sin Original Pittston Cookstove #891, good shape, needs to be cleaned. Can be dismantled, $500. 570-8475859. 6/14 Auto’s, Trucks, Vans, SUV’s - 07

Wanted to Trade 72 Ford Show Car for Ford Truck F15, 30.2 5 spd. Fewer than 90,000 mi, air. Anytime. Sunbury 570-2867849. ufn Rear Spoiler fits Chev. Cobolt and Pontiac GS, excellent condition. 570-337-4619. ufn Antiques: 3 Corvairs $1,000, 2 Falcon Station Wagons $1,000, 10 Lincolns V12 and up, 75 vehicles, 1960 and up $1,000 to $5,000 or less. Too sick for hobby. 570-538-3464. ufn 1948 Chevy, 2 dr., maroon, looks like it did in 1948; 1959 Cadillac, 4 dr. hard top, nice; 1964 Galaxy Ford, 4 dr. 289 engine;

1994 Ford Pickup Ranger Super Cab XL.2, 351 engine. 570-337-4619. 8/3 Auto/Truck Accessories & Equipment - 10 Brand new Cowl Fiber Glass Hood Scoop, 27x31x3, still in box, $75. 814-342-3709 week days. 6/14 Chevy 400 513 w/ Rary 4 Bolt main just hot tanked w/ machine work with polished crank & pistons & rods, needs 1 sleeve, $400. 814-3423709 week days. 6/14 2 GM mid 90’s inside Directional Rearview Mirrors with gold tint, 5 & 7 wire, 10 1/2 x 3”. Both $50.00. 814342-3709 week days. 6/14 Truck Caps for sale. 570-4940444, call for details. ufn Campers, Motor Homes, & Rec. Vehicles - 11

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Cute Vintage Back G Trailer or great back yard playhouse. $900. 570-847-5859. 6/14 1995 Chariot Park Model Camper, furnished, 34’x12’, w/loft, computer or office room, sunken BR, tinted living room window, furnished 8’x34’ porch sunscreen, 10’x20’ carport, 10’x20’ new shed. Make offer. 570966-6220. ufn Employment Wanted - 21 Woman desires to clean apartments privately at Grampian Hills Apts., 300 Valley Heights Drive, Williamsport, PA. 25 years experience. Call Judy 570-4350365. References provided. 6/14 Farm, Garden, & Outdoor - 23 Suitcase Wegts 10 for Tractors. 570922-4325. 5/31 Guns & Accesasories - 26 6.5-55 Swedish Mauser Rifle brass. 570850-

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Valley Vehicle Fin er Designer position. 24-35 hrs. over 2 wks, but mostly on week 2. Must be able to work in a high speed environment. Be literally your own boss, but work easily with others. This may lead to a full-time position in the future. Send resume & portfolio to: The Valley Trader, PO Box 392, Lewisburg, Pa 17837 or email: the valleytrader@ yahoo.com Household/ Furniture - 30 Stainless Sinks, one double, $35.00; one single $25.00. 570-322-3256. 6/14 Old Player Piano Rolls, 128+; Sofa, excellent condition, not worn or torn. 570-742-9887 5/31 Miscellaneos - 35 Selling two Powered Pa Speakers one is a Alto the other is a American audio Both for $325 (717)379-8010 Phonic Duel Powered Mixing

Board with pair of Kustom PA Speakers, includes microphone, stand, cables, small & powerful. $295. 717-379-8010. 6/14 York Store Rake, $450; Brinleyhardy Disk, $100. 570-441-0872. 5/31 Walk Behind Club Runner (golf), very good condition, $126. 570-246-4205. 5/31 Coleman 5000 Watt Generator Model ProGen Powermate, 2 8 Units for a strong colliseum pool, hardware too. 570444-9850 ask for Max. ufn Motorcycles - 37 Announcements - 38 Vacation Bible School. ROAR! June 13 to 17 (Sunday to

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chosen bins. 2. Fix or dispose of anything broken or past its prime. There’s nothing worse than scrambling to find a specific tool or product in an urgent situation, only to realize it’s broken, damaged or dried out. As you organize, pay attention to textures, consistencies and expiration dates. Toss and replace any items that have seen better days. For broken tools that seem salvageable, like cracked hoses or broken handles, reach for a professional grade, heavy-duty duct tape like T-Rex Tape to tackle the repair. 3. Utilize ceiling and wall space with hanging storage. From bicycles and skis to rakes and shovels, some equipment is better off stored up and out of your way. Install hanging racks or shelving above the area where you park your vehicles to store larger, heavier equipment, and use a double-sided mounting tape to attach hooks along the sides of your garage for lighter-

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WHEN REPLYING TO A LBYL AD BE SURE TO MAKE ALL CHECKS OUT TO THE VALLEY TRADER. EACH REPLY IS $4.00. You must renew your ad every 2 issues for it to run in the next issue. And it MUST be written. Ads are not taken by phone. We may be data basing the ad, if so, you will not get a new number each time.

Please note that no ads for alternative lifestyles will be placed anymore. Ads will be placed according to publisher’s discretion. Must be 18 or over to use this column. ATTENTION NOTICE

If you send us an ad to run in this section, you must include your real name and address or we will not be able to print your ad. No one ever knows who you are except for the person who handles the replies in my office. Thank you for understanding in this simple matter. Did you meet someone or go further with your relationship? We want to know. Send us your testimonial.

Testimonials: (Looking for some new comments of success)

Fall 1991 and January 1992 Testimonials: My cousin and his new wife (both in their early 40’s) were visiting my mom, my sister, and I. My sister asks, “So, how did you meet?” They kind of giggled and asked each other, “Should we tell them?” They said they met through the LYBL column. My sister and I decided we would try our fare at meeting “Mr. Right”. (BTW, my cousin and his wife are still married and hopelessly in love.) My sister didn’t have much luck, but in January 1992, I saw this ad that kept drawing my attention. As described, he really wasn’t what I was looking for, but... We met later that month for the first time; got engaged in 1993 and married in 1994. We will celebrate our 25th anniversary this October and we have a 23-year-old daughter who lives out of state. Thank you, LYBL! Mr. & Mrs. J.N. 4/4/17 Testimonial: I placed an ad 1/2/94 and met the love of my life. He has 3 boys and I have 3 girls. We were married 8/26/95 and now we’re the Brady Bunch. Thanks for helping us find each other. KP/DP I will always be grateful to your paper Valley Trader. My husband DH wrote to me and we have been happily married almost 12 wonderful years. We’ve been through many trials and joys and so glad we

Make Check or Money Order made out to The Valley Trader. How to prepare your letter to send:

1. Write your letter to the person of interest. Be sure to put a way to contact in your letter. Phone or address. 2. Seal letter in blank envelope. 3. Put ad code in lower left corner and stamp in top right corner. Now you are ready to mail to us. Leave rest of envelope blank. No return address, NOTHING else on it. 4. Place this sealed letter into a fresh new envelope. Place your payment along with sealed letter and seal. Put in $4.00 FEE. 5. Now address this envelope to: Look Before You Leap, P.O. Box 392, Lewisburg, PA 17837. This envelope you can put your return address on it. 6. MAIL IT. 1 issue free! Run Your Ad Longer! PLACE YOUR AD FOR FREE - 1 ISSUE.

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CODES: S:SINGLE,M: MALE, F:FEMALE, D:DIVORCED,Wt:WHITE,B:BLACK,IC:INCARCERATED

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found each other. K.W/K.H.

“Thanks Again Valley Trader, Friends! Years ago I put an ad in your paper and we were married almost 20 years & then our lord called him home.” -HR “My brother met his wife Bonnie through your column. They have a son named Jake! He’s our pride and joy!” –CW

L.B.Y.L. Readers: It would help a lot if you put your town location in your ad. Distance is important when replying to an ad. Thanks. – The Valley Trader

PLEASE RESPOND – We have had several people who have responded to personals in our column, and received no response in return. We would like to request that you send at least a post card to each and every response you receive, just out of courtesy to those taking the time to write you. Also, don’t forget to include either a phone number or address in your letter when responding to an ad.

IN ORDER TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN IC RESIDENTS AND OTHER RESIDENTS WE HAVE DECIDED TO PUT EACH IN THEIR OWN SECTION. Tired of not meeting that special someone at work, at the bar, or wherever you have been looking? Look no further than Look Before You Leap men and woman our other supporting single services. We want to help you! What do you have to lose? Just your loneliness. So do it. Send in your ad or send in a response. See directions at beginning of section on how to be a part of the Look Before You Leap. Watch for our new dating online site to begin: www. LookB4YouLeap.net you can sign up but it is very new so be the first to get involved. Sign up! Regular:

SWtM, retired 71, 5’8”-202, looking for a woman in her 60’s for dating, out to eat, movies, romance hopefuly I’m in good shape, need a friend to visit, Snyder Co. area? I have green eyes, a beard, strong & sexy. No drugs or smoke. KU26549 12/20

SWtM, 62, 160, brown/ brown, in good health, very active. Looking for an honest, active, loving, caring, sexy lady, 22-55, that likes sex, that is very serious about values & knows what she wants out of life. Must like the country life & not afraid to get dirty, outdoors, dining out, movies, going to parks, camping, motorhome camping, carnivals, fireworks, flea markets & quiet times just to cuddle & relax & wants to

build a long, loving, caring relationship that could last the rest of our lives. ICs welcome if going to be relesed soon. Selinsgrove area. Have photos, will answer all. Serious replies only. PB26590 6/14 IC’s:

SWtFIC, German, enjoy the company of a man, love to cook, clean & the outdoors. Like to get dirty at times & clean up very well. I like to be loved & want someone who likes to be treated like a man. Am on my way home & look forward to hearing from you. SM26559IC SWtFIC, outgoing, love nature, am a romantic. Looking for someone to share my life with. LS26560IC

SWtFIC, 56, looking for a friend. I love country music and animals. I’m very caring & very easy to get along with. If you’re feeling lonely & need a friend, please write. PJ26561IC Petite SWtFIC, long dark hair & blue eyes, looking for love & companionship. Funny, outgoing, & caring. I am a dream come ture. AL26564IC FIC, brown eyed, 28, Caramel Machiate, lady who loves meeting new people & is looking for a friend or possible relationship. LN26565IC

WtFIC, young, freaky girl that’s looking for an honest, enjoyable man. I love sex, sports, & life. I aim to please. RG26566IC FIC, 30, 5’2”-140, blonde hair, blue eyes, bubbly, kind seeking companionship & dependable friendship from an older gentleman. AC26567IC FIC, 45, 5’4”-150, brown hair/eyes, loving, down to earth, kind seeking companionship, friendship from older gentleman. FJ26568IC

WtFIC, young, looking for male companionship. 4’11”36C, fat rump. I’m super fun, freaky. RG26569IC SWtFIC, 33, happy & loving & looking for a pen pal who would like to be a friend. I should be home in 10 months. I enjoy romance, outdoors, & travel. I have been through a lot & am ready to be successful in a happy future. SM26570IC SFIC, 38, blue eyes you will get lost in, long blonde curly hair, athletic build, 4 grown kids. Enjoy quality time with a special someone. Looking for a man who wants to be loved & cared for. LS26571IC

SWtFIC, 31, looking for a companion, someone I can get to know & maybe become more with. MB26575IC

FIC, 37, 5’2”-125, dirty blonde, blue eyes, smart, creative, very blunt. I’m all about loyalty & honesty & look for that in a person. Love to make people laugh & motivate them, Love the outdoors. I’m happy go lucky. BN26576IC FIC, 40, voluptuous breast, firm body, brown eyes & hair. Released in a few months. Looking for love & a relationship. Hw26577IC FIC, 29, 5’1”-130, green eyes, dirty blonde hair, outgoing, like to have fun & meeting new people. Enjoy the outdoors & traveling. Interested in older men, looking to build a friendship with. BW26578IC

SWtFIC, 46, brown hair, green eyes, 140 lbs., seeking friend or companion to share my interestswith. Enjoy camping, swimming, fishing, boating, 4 wheeling. Indian/Irish/German/English. Looking for a fresh start & willing to relocate. TS26579IC SWtFIC looking for a companion. 31, sexy body. MB26580IC

FIC Nascar Fan, love cooking, reading, writing, I’m kind, put others before myself. Any single guy who would like to write to someone who will be in prison for awhile, please help me out. I have no one to write to. PM26583IC

SWtFIC, 38, outgoing, looking for a man to spend time with, love exercising regularly. Long curly blonde hair, blue eyes, should be home by the end of the year. Like to travel, spend quality time, enjoy outdoors, ocean, animals. Hope to find a pen pal who I can get to know and that is willing to continue a friendship once I’m at home. LS26584IC SWtFIC, 33, 5’2”, petite, outgoing, fun, & very satisfying. Looking for a companion. Home in March. AL26585IC

FIC, 29, 5’1”-130, green eyes, dirty blonde hair, outgoing, like the outdoors, like to have fun, the life of the party. Looking for a pen pal, someone to get to know & build a friendship with, maybe more. BW26586IC SWtFIC. I am a dream come true, petite, long dark hair & blue eyes, coming home very soon & looking for a companion. AL26587IC

FIC, 24, Libra, passionate, loyal to the people I care about. My major ambition is to succeed as a drug & alcohol counselor. Getting my license here for that and also cosmotology. I have goals & hope for my future.

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SWtFIC, 56, looking for a fun, loving, funny, older male. 4 months to release. 5’4”-160, salt & pepper shoulder length hair, hazel eyes. BK26592IC SWtFIC, 40, outgoing, funny, smart, Italian, looking for love. Someone to have good conversation & make me laugh. You will not be disappointed. JB26593IC FIC, sassy, caring, middle aged woman seeeking companionship, dependable, understanding man who isn’t afraid to tell me what he wants. CM26594IC

FIC, 26,, fun & loyal, looking for a female pen pal that can hold a good conversation & who has a fun, playful side that I can build with. ZM26595IC FIC, 27, 3 children, from Harrisburg. Looking for female pen pal that’s outgoing, funny, mature, open minded, Hispanic or Caucasian decent preferrably, between 30 - 50. DT26596IC

FIC, bisexual, looking for a female companion to have fun with. 46, brown hair/ green eyes, 135 lbs. Love to dance, music, concerts, festivals, outdoors, camping, swimming, fishing, 4 wheeling. Like to laugh & enjoy the moment, life is too short not to. Hobbies: guitar, singing, biking, painting. TS26597IC FIC, 26, 5’2”-145, 44DD, blonde, blue/green eyes, Into rock, metal, punk music, fishing, camping, travel, going to concerts. Like guys with long hair & tattoos. Love books & go to college for medical coding. Here for a year, would like a pen pal. SK26598IC SWtFIC, looking for a companion. 5’4”-140, very outdoorsie. Pics on Facebook. AB26599IC

SWtFIC, 56, brown hair, blue eyes, looking for a friend, or who knows what could happen. If you’re looking for a friend or possibly more, please don’t hesitate to write. I will answer. PJ26600IC

SWtFIC, sweet & sexy, fun to be with, very loving & affectionate. I love to spoil the one I’m with. I’m outgoing, open minded, love the outdoors, honest, & loyal. Looking for a good & loyal man to hopefully settle down with. HS26601IC FIC, vibrant, passionate, caring, German/Native American woman in her mid-30’s, looking for a fun, compassionate man to correspond with. DC26602IC FIC, 24, looking for a female pen pal to conversate with,

age is only a number. I am full of humor & very easy to talk to. I would appreciate the energy put forth & am looking forward to conversing. FS26603IC FIC, at Muncy until approximately July. Looking for a pen pal. I’m 5’, red hair, green eyes, 120 lbs., originally from Baltimore. JJ26604IC

FIC, little Korean & Black beauty, kinky & kind, Doing short time. Looking for someone to make me smile. MS26605IC

MaleIC, 24, 6’2, dark complexion, A Taurus who is very outgoing, motivated, funny & caring. I’m a family man who loves music & food. Looking for a woman that’s smart, outgoing, motivated & loyal. Prefer light complected women. KF26606IC

SWtFIC, 41, looking for someone who is down for whatever, trying to make all your fantasies come true. Ready for fun. JB26607IC SWtFIC, 44, open minded, 5’9”, curvy body, friendly, looking for long time friendship, special moments & lots of fun. OS26608IC

FIC, looking for a pen pal. I would apreciate a woman who is full of conversation & humor like myself. FS26609IC SWtF, 31, looking for a nice gentleman to get to know. CH26610IC

WE DO NOT RUN ANY IC-LBYL ADS WITHOUT YOUR IDENTIFYING NUMBER. THESE MAILINGS ARE RETURNED BACK TO US, NON DELIVERABLE. ALSO YOU MUST SIGN UP I GUESS TO RECEIVE MAIL FROM LBYL. Inmates, seems you may need to be on some kind of mailing list at the prison. Inquire at your place. Thanks. The Valley Trader would like to thank everyone who places an ad in this column and also the people who respond. The number of responses we have been receiving has been GREAT!!! If you meet that “special person” from communicating through our column, let us know. Did you marry? Are you dating? We would like to know! Write us a short note we can print. Of course, we’ll only print it with your initials. ATTENTION: We have no control over where our Look Before You Leap ads arrive from, and being a free press, we will place them in our colu


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If you have limited space, use a wall-mount storage rack or over-the-cabinet organizer to free up drawer space and keep items within easy reach. For additional tips or to find the right organizational solutions, try the EasyLiner Guide or visit DuckBrand. com. Once you’ve completed these simple tips and tricks in the kitchen, you’ll feel refreshed and organized to take on the day.

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How to Show Your Gratitude for Nurses communities and the healthcare ecosystem can show gratitude to and advocate for nurses: • Healthcare companies can advocate for the essential worker status

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5 Ideas for Backyard Fun dinner over an open fire, make s’mores and have a sing-along. With many portable, smokeless fire pits on the market today, you don’t need to wait until your next camping trip to have a bonfire. • Play jumbo-sized games: From chess and checkers to tumbling towers, outsized versions of your favorite classic board games are ideally played outside. • Relax with a lazy day: With a hammock alone, you can instantly create the perfect backyard oasis for a leisurely day of reading and napping. Today’s hammocks are more versatile than their predecessors. Beyond those that tie to trees and mount to walls, selfstanding models offer easy set-up and portability so you can follow the shade -- or sun -- as desired. This season, take the fun outside. With a little creativity, music, games, meals and more can be enjoyed in your backyard.

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VALLEY AUCTIONS a member of the community, you can visit Interim HealthCare’s digital Wall of Gratitude at ihcnursesweek2021.com/message-wall to post a note of appreciation and to celebrate nurses. • As more complex care is enabled in the home due to advanced clinical training and technology, school boards, community colleges and universities can increase knowledge among nursing students about careers in the home health industry. They can also make nursing students aware of the many professional benefits home-based positions provide, including flexible and predictable schedules, and the opportunity

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